iXBRL – the final nail in the spreadsheet reporting train wreck?

iXBRL – the final nail in the spreadsheet reporting train wreck?

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iXBRL is only a matter of weeks away and panic has set in. On AccountingWeb, Excel expert Simon Hurst makes a valiant effort at seeing if he can make Excel produce a valid set of iXBRL tags. In telling words he says:If you use tax and accounts production software...
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